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favoritism for the dominant group. this is sort of reminiscent of the work studies that were cited in brown versus board of education. also, those who are in what is designated as subordinate groups, they tend to take the negative stereotypes about them as behavioral scripts and they become a self-fulfilling prophecy. and some within their group take on an oppositional identity cared so if anyone within the outside of that stereotype, they are accused of things such as trying to act white or trying to act straight or what have you. a couple of other points about social dominance theory, the theory posits that the impulse is not limited to those in the dominant group, but also extends to those in some of the inferior groups. nobody wants to be that negative reference group at the bottom. second, although the impulse is hardwired, it is not invariably consistent. so some groups, women for example, are less likely to possess that desire to create --up-taste hierarchies group-based hierarchies as men. the latter theories viewed the behavior as a result of the oppression from the majority wherea
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